Going to the hospital is always scary. You go there expecting the experts to tell you what is wrong and how they can go about solving the problem, but doctors are human just like the rest of us. Sometimes doctors get it wrong. Sometimes doctors get it right and their staff gets it wrong. Our catastrophic injury attorneys in Hawaii at Kurzban Kurzban Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A., we understand that the medical field is not infallible and you are not crazy for feeling betrayed and mislead. Trust us when we say we believe you, we don’t think you are crazy, and we want to tell your story because by telling your story we are helping others tell theirs or prevent other stories from happening.
In Idaho, a man was awarded $7.9 million due to negligence and misdiagnosis. The victim went to an urgent care, which was owned by a hospital, to seek care for a back injury. The victim successfully proved that the care unit failed to recognize his symptoms and encouraged him to move around for certain tests. It was these tests that caused his paralysis. Some may think to receive millions is excessive, but most aren’t dealing with paralysis or the medical bills that will come with chronic issues due to the paralysis.
In Idaho’s man situation, the paralysis was caused by the misdiagnosis and negligence of the care unit. The accident which led him to the care unit was what started the injury, but it was the care unit’s actions that caused the paralysis. This is what our catastrophic injury attorneys in Hawaii at Kurzban Kurzban Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A. are looking for. We are looking to see if we can connect the paralysis to the negligence or misdiagnosis of the care unit, doctor, or medical staff.
There are many ways in which a person can experience paralysis. For example, if you experience a stroke then the chances of paralysis are higher. If you or your loved has experienced a stroke then it is imperative that the doctors and staff must treat you or your loved one with the utmost care. If there are missing pieces than there is a likelihood of paralysis. The problem is because most patients aren’t doctors it is hard to know if you are being treated with the utmost care or not. Again, this is why it is so important to reach out to our catastrophic injury attorneys. The reason you end up in the hospital may not be related to the paralysis that occurs. Our catastrophic injury attorneys have the resources and experience to get an in-depth understanding of your situation. We are not afraid to challenge the experts.
Our Hawaii catastrophic injury attorneys at Kurzban Kurzban Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A. understanding the heartache and stress that goes with the diagnosis of paralysis. Let us help you find justice through this dark time. Call us at 808-800-2445 or click here to start a discussion with us today. We can’t fix your paralysis, but we can ensure you are financially compensated.